30 families displaced by 4-alarm fire

Thirty families have been displaced following a 4-alarm fire at an apartment in Trenton.

Thirty families have been displaced following a 4-alarm fire at an apartment in Trenton. (4/1/15)

TRENTON - A massive fire at an apartment building in Trenton has displaced at least 30 families Wednesday.

The first started at the building on Bellevue Avenue at around 4:30 p.m.

Fire investigators called to the scene say it may have been caused by someone smoking.

None of the residents were hurt, but one cat was killed.

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